JAPANESE POWER BREAKFAST CLASS
Truly excited to introduce Japanese breakfast to the world through our online cooking class. Some flavors and tastes might be super foreign to your pallet, but it is beautiful experience to cook and learn the secret of longevity in Japanese cuisine. I would say, this is the most fundamental and essential Japanese cooking that covers our culinary tradition. In this class, you will learn so much about Japanese basic ingredients, a few kinds of seaweeds, smoked bonito fish, natto, kinds of miso, how to grill fish using your cooking tools. Please do not feel this is an advance Japanese cooking class, we will move step by step with each of student in a small class. And, our classes are based on this principle, an instructor is not only a speaker. We believe that the best way to learn is thick “why” and ask questions. We use two cameras in class, one is front (facing instructor) and another one is shooting a cutting board and heat. This is not required, but if your tablet, phone, desktop, notebook can change the angle to shoot your hands, that would be fantastic for us to see your hands-on cooking in your kitchen. We hope that this cooking skill become a treasure in your life that can make others happy and healthy!FYI: Please do not worry about having small Japanese plates and cups as pic shown. We can create Japanese plate using a large dinner plate with one to two green from your plant for color!
- Miso soup with potato, onion, seaweeds
- Japanese style egg omelete
- Grilled salmon with Umeboshi, (pickled plums)
- Fresh silken tofu with bonito flakes and grated ginger
- Natto with chopped sweet tomato and coriander
- Nori sheet, (sushi seaweed wrap)
Ingredients for Miso soup, 2 servings
3 cups water
2 tbsp brown color kind miso
1 small potato
1/2 cut onion
1tsp dry seaweeds, Wakame in Japanese
1/2 cup bonito flakes
10cm/3 inch wide dry kelp, Konbu in Japanese
Ingredients for grilled salmon, natto, egg omelete, silken tofu, rice
2 filets salmon
1 tsp soy sauce
1 tsp mirin or maple syrup or brandy
2 packs store bought natto, please find in Asian market
2 tsp bonito flakes
1/2 tsp grated ginger
mini tomato or regular tomato
1 stem of coriander
1 cup of Japanese white rice
Required cooking tools
1 soup pot (3 cups capacity at least), ladle, cooking chopsticks if you have
1 small frying pan either non-stick or regular pan, but not cast iron, a spatula
1 set chopping board and knife
1 small bowl
Serving plates and cups 1 large dinner plate
miso soup cup
grilled fish plate
small bowl for tofu
small bowl for natto
small plate for Nori sheet place
Requirement prior to class
measure ingredients and wash vegetables
If you have any special dietary requirements, food allergies or other requests, please inform us when you make your reservation.
We will connect on ZOOM, say hello, and begin the class
We will cook together and you can ask questions as we go
Eat & Drink
We will enjoy eating & talking together until class ends
Class duration is approximately 1.5 hours.
* All times are Japan Standard Time
Class prices are based on the number of kitchens/devices joining:
- 1 Kitchen: for you or your friends or family joining from a single device – Price: ¥4,500 for a single device
- 2 Kitchen Or More: for you and your friends or family joining from 2 or more devices – Price: ¥4,500 per device
So, if you are a family or friends in a single location, joining with a single computer or other device, you pay ¥4,500 for a single device.
If you are 2 or more users, in different locations, with their own devices, each device joining the class pays ¥4,500.
* If you are booking for 2 kitchens/devices, or more and will be paying separately, please be sure the other guests planning to join the class book their spots immediately so we can confirm the reservations and close the class.
Select A Date And Time To Book Your Class:
Please book at least 24 hours in advance of class start time to allow us, and yourself, to prepare and shop for ingredients.
After booking and confirmation, we will send the recipes and other information to prepare for the class.